The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 11, 1949 · Page 9
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1949 Chicks Work Hard For Hurricane Tilt; Paps Prep for Pups Biythevilie'* two schoolboy grid teams, the Chicks and Junior Paps, were back at hard work yesterday afternoon getting ready lor expected tough encounters this week. Th« Chicks, who move to Jonesboro Friday night to defend their District Three Class AA crown, got « surprise irom Head Coacli Russeil Mosley and were immediately put to work scrimmaging, which is unusual for Monday after- Tmnno ^ - . r (ARK.) COURIER NEWS noons. The pip,, W h 0 aUy it home tnls *«k to entertain the ParagouM Bullpups Thursday night, witnessed only light til-ills, mostly on offensive work. Cosch Earl Stabler sent his Junior tribe through a couple' of light dummy scrimmages but pro- raised harder worlc (or this afternoon. Tickets on Sale Here C. o. Redman, president of the Chlckasaw Athletic Club, said this morning that 200 reserved seat tickets for the Jonesboro-Blyth«ville game In Jonesboro Friday night have been placed on sale in downtown Biythevilie al Owens Drug Store. The tickets will be sold on a first come, first serve basis, he uid. Monday afternoon operations of a light limbering up .drill by ordering his tribe to dress In full battle array for & hard workout. He sent the Chicks through an hour-long workout on the blocking dummies and climaxed things with.a gruelling- full time, head knocking scrimmage unbng the reserves. Lutei, lum Aalllnj The Chicks regulars, several of whom are nursing minor injuries from last week's engagement -with the Pine Bluff Zebras, sat out most of .the hard scrimmage work but spent the time in running wind sprints. , 'Heading the Chicks' sick list this V. w«ek are two regular backs, Charles 'JP (Ruff) Lutes and Roger Lum. Lutes '•- if suffering from a back injury which he said plagued him throu- •> ghout the pine Bluff game and 'Lum is nursing a : skinned up face 'and an injured shoulder received in the Zebra battle. Several, other squad members have reported minor bruises and sores but were in the thick of things yesterday. . : • : -. Coach Mosley had little to say about the Tribe's showing against Pine Bluff his main comment be- ing "I hope the. weather lets us get In n'-'few days of work this week because we sure need.lt. Not practicing i»»t weekihurt-'-V . i .,,,„ PIJM Expect Tough One , The Chicks .were scheduled for another :. hard .^session this afternoon probably -'running -against Hurricane T plays. Coach Bob Mal- <-om'» crew :runs. from the' Missouri" T. better known as the split T, arid according to information from Bly- theTille scouts,' the Gold Shirts boast » good offense. " The Paps have to work this week without scouting information on the Paragould Juniors. Nothing i s known of the Bullpups' record this season but couch Stabler Is expecting another tough battle. The Jiin. lor tribe came out of the Snowden ^battle last week with only a. few '^ininor Injuries and Is expected to be in top physical form for the Paragould tilt. Major Leaguers To Play in Manila Barnstorming Nine To Meet Jaycee Team Saturday Afternoon A team of barnstorming major league bateball players known as Harry Walker's All-Stars, will meet ine Manila Jaycees' Independent nine -in a post-season exhibition game at Manila Saturday afternoon. It was announced last- night. The game will be played on the Manila diamond starting a 2 o'clock and will be sponsored by the Manila Junior Chamber of Commerce.- 'the announcement said. . The all-star team will be com- S °.V f'" 15 ' array-of "«J°r league talent, from both the National and American Leagues. The team will be led by Harry Walker, veteran Cincinnati Reds outfielder who was serve as playing manager. Included on the all-star team will , A * 5ns ? s ' own George. Kcll -of during Ihe past season, 'icell Is " third baseman and hails from owifton. Ark. Three Cards to Dar Also Included on Ihe All-Stars' rosier are Hie names of three-'St Louis Cardinals, pitcher George (Hed) Munger. and outfielders Enos Slaughter and Terry Moore All are expected lo see action in the Manila game. - Other members of Ihe All-stars' roster will iiich'de such big league greats, as. Andy Seminlck. Eddie Miller, and Ro' Roberts of the Phillies; Kirby Higbe and' Bert Haas, O f the New York Giants- Clyde McCullough of 'the Pittsburgh Pirates: and Ted Kluszewski and Hank Wehmeler of the Cincinnati Reds. .'•'.-., - ; - The Manila team was one of II— ,top.semi r pro nines In this area lasl summer : and will be under the direction of Harold (TriRger) Wall However It Is expected that scv-M minor league players from the •(•- ferent organized loops In this a'r-'a win 6 , im|wrtcd ^ Play for the Manila team. R. Garabaldi And Don Keene Win Mat Event Don Keene and Ralph Oarabaldi won a tough Ug match decision from Ray Clements and Buiidy Knox In the main event of the American Legion's wrestling bouts al Memorial Auditorium last, night. Keene and Garabaldi won the decision by winning the first and third falls of the wild affair. Knox and Clements were victorious in only the second round. - - f The match was a,'rough event sparked by numerous free-swinging free-for-alls and several run-ins with Referee Mike Merbjiey by both teams. The bout extended for 44 ac- Great Britain's first adhesive postage stamp w»s made in 1840 and bore the portrait of. the young Queen Victoria. Stomach Holds Coin But Whistle Still Lost ST. JOSEPH, Mo., Oct. 11-«VA whistle In his mouth, two-year- old Hamilton Connell stumbled on the run and fell. • His parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Connell of Cameron, Mo., picked him up. But they couldn't find the whistle. They surmised he might have swallowed it. After waiting a week In vain for the whistle to appear, the parents brought Hamilton to the hospital here. A surgeon operated yesterday and >arabaldi arid Keene won the first round after.20 hectic minutes that s-'w Just about everylhinf happen. Garabaldi -started his side on the victory trail by defeating Clements in 15 minutes with airplane spins and a body pin. Keene followed suit by eliminating Knox; from the ring In five minutes with kangaroo kicks and a body pin. Clements and Knox rallied to take the second round in 13 minutes with Clements winning over Gara- baldi-in-ei«ht minutes with a body pin and Knox defeating Keene five minutes later with Australian back breakers and a pin. The third fall was won by Keene and Garabaldi in only II minutes with Garabaldi winning over Cle T inenls in eis'nt minutes with a body smother and Keene defeating Knox in three minutes with a double Jack knife. ' .-::•••• In the two one-fall preliminary nouts.that preceded the main event Knox 1 defeated Garabaldi in eight minutes, with back breakers and Keene took Clements in the near record time of 35 seconds with kangaroo kicks and a body pin. Austrian Nabs Red VIENNA, Oct. 11. W>»—An Austrian policeman arrested a Russian soldier yesterday after the Russian's truck ran into, four pedestrians, killing two and Injuring the other two. It was the first time In the four years of occupation that an Austrian policeman arrested a member of Ihe Russian military. —Courier News Photo + RATED HIGH-Coach Bee Underwood's Hayti team is rated Inch in Southeast Missouri high school compcllllon this year. Last week the on? oTeT eale<1 E * St Pra "'' e '° r thCU ' SCC °" d W ' n '" "' e SCil5 °" aK '"" SC row (left, to right) Cunningham. Bradley, Nelson' Norton.Tussqm.'c'ha'l- ' fin Chlsm, and Howard. Second row-Coach Underwood. Cobb' Dawson Notgrass, Kohn, Bush, Miller, Cooper, Bracken, and Coach d. M. Haunon' SWC Teams Prep for Full Weekend Of Feuding; Hogs to Tackle Texas removed a nickel. The Connells are still looking for the whistle. Bjr The Associated Press Southwest Conference footbal teams buckled down to harder work today to get ready for the first full weekend of family feuding Long drills for the remainder ol the week were promised by Arkansas Coach John Barnhill. seeking to remove sonic of the flaws whtcl- contributed to the Razorbacks' miserable showing against Baylor. Leon (Muscles) Campbell, who sat out the Baylor game with an Injury, reported lor a signal drill Monday and should be ready to go against Texas at Little Rock Saturday. The bull-like fullback will be trying to'regain the "-onference leadership in rushing, hai'hlg fallen one yard behind .-Bob Smith of Texas A. and M. last week. Smith has amassed 322 yards : in four ?ames. Campbell has played in but two. Down at Austin. Texas was reported to be in its best physical condition of the season. Coach Blair Cherry shifted Bobby Coy Lee from quarterback to fullback to.strength- en -the Longhorns' breakaway running.- ,;. .The .first string quarterback slnt for.-Texns has been.:nallcd down bj Pai'I Camobell, whose'31 completions on 58 passes for 488 yards places /him second only to Llndy Berry of TCU In the conference Berry has connected on 50 of Sf throws for 654 yards and also leads In tolal offense with 747 yards on 144 plays. Longhorns Lsad Offense Texas Is the league's top -offensive team with 1.687 yards gained In four games and ranks second to TCU In defense. Southern Methodist Conch Matty Bell moaned that his chamnions are "likely to get beat" by Rice's line football-team." H was disheartened by the way his regulars leribrmed against reserves using Rice plays. Bell said Injuries would keep guard Walter Roberds and linebacker James Marion on the bench Saturday. Rice Is at. full strength. 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Trie attorney general was not a member of the President's cabinet unti! 1814. Arkansas State Officials Deny OuachiiaClaim JONESBORo! Oct. 11—(/!>)_Ark- unsas State College officials today fatly denied charges of Coach Wes Brndsnaw of Ouaclilta Hint. ASO had used an Ineligible player In walinj the Baptists 13-0 Saturday night. Baird V. Keister, ASc registrar and chairman of the Allilcllc Committee, challenged Conch Bratlshow to (lie a formal protest "If he Is sincere In his contention." DownxtiUe newspapers Monday (|»oted the. Ounchlta Mentor as saying Pel Austin was Ineligible, lie based the complaint on the fact that Austin has played pro baseball and claimed n .rule'which made Austin eligible'dirt not apply. "If coach Bijidshaw Is sincere In his contention that State College is using Ineligible athletes, we believe he Should' protest officially through .the channels provided by the conference by-laws." Physicians to Meet MEMPHIS, Oct. 11. MV-Allthorl- tics lii the field of tropical medicine :will gather here Nov. G-0 for meetings of the National Malaria Society, the American Society of Tropical Medicine and the American Academy of Tropical Medicine. PAGE NINE Notre Dame Reigns as Nation^ Best; Michigan Rated Seventh By Fred Hayrlcn NF.W YORK, Oct. ll-<,l',-No one action o[ the country dominates the college football picture today Ihe second Associated Press na- ilonwide poll of the season 5hows Ihe midwest, led by Notre Dame "id the south each with three places unions the top (cl , leam riie PR,- west had two, while the East and Southwest each had one None Dame, second in thr> rirci noil last.week, moved to he on; l>Ut Army, thinks to it, 21-7 conquest of .Michigan on Saturday. »wle the most spectacular iump- from seventh to second. • ; Michigan wns spilled from first lo seventh. The .sports writers and sjiortscasters, who nave the Wolverines 31 first place votes lost «ek, awarded them none this time »° w <»'cr, „ Michigan not enough other ballots to remain in the upper ten. 172 Voles C.isl A total or 112 writers anci-brond- castm voted this week, compared to 80 during the baseball crush. Notre Dame, victorious over'Pur- due Saturday, 35-12. this week received 67 first place votes for 1 489 points. Army, with 58 firsts 'and IMS. got within 30 points of the lead. The Cadets represent the only east threat Tor lop honors. The Southwest is represented in third place by Oklahoma. With the exception of Michigan, nil of the top ten teams are un- beaten and united. The top ten teams and their opponents this week follow: Notre Dame (1) vs Tulrme <4); ; Army (2) vs Harvard; Oklahoma; <3) vs Kansas: Minnesota (5) : vs Ohio State (11); North Carolina. (C) vs Wake Forest; Michigan (7) ' vs Northwestern; Kentucky. 8) va Citadel; California (9) vs Southern California (12), and Southern Methodist (10) vs Rice. 1 . ; Blytheville K. of C. Plans Columbus Day Program The Blytheville Chapter of tha Knights . of Columbus will sponsor a 15-mlnnle talk on radio station KLCN tomorrow In observance of "Columbus nay." The talk is scheduled for 10:15 a.m. and will be given by Father Francis B. McDevItt of the Church of Immaculate Concen- tlon. Infant Dies of Polio MEMPHIS. Oct. 11. W)—Polio hat clnlmeil its imh fatality of the year at Isolation Hospital here. Michael Charles Mitchell, three- year-old son of .Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Mitchell of Memphis died at the hospital yesterday. He was tin eighth Memphlnn to die from the disease. Eight others from surroimdlni areas have died at the hospital Kentucky's Top Straight Bourbon •Was .$5.73 • mellow as moonlight Big news!...big price reduction?... it's the same fine Straight Kentucky Bourbon. Naturally rich ... naturally good. Ask fpr it today! nummn 4 IMS mo. n nin . i&t i, en » SICKU IUIIUIK ci., What goes on here ? Referee makes first down —or did lie really [ust miss it? Field judge blocks out tlie nearest tackier -or was it clipping? If the officials call 'cm-and play too-what kind of a game is that? You wouldn't stand for thnt sort of thing on a football field-but it is happening every clay in the electric light and power business. Government not only regulates. Hie'electric companies-but is in competition with them at the same timel 'Hie catch is Hint government sets up two different sets of rules. The government's electric agencies pay little or no interest on the money they borrow, and pay no Federal taxes-but electric companies do, and expect to. When governmcnl-in-thc-power-busiucss can't make, ends meet-it gets a handout of tax money from the U. S. Treasury. Who foots the bill? American taxpayers — of whom you arc one. H government can get into the light and power • business this way-it can get into every olJier bus/ness the same way. In sixty-odd years, the self-supporting electric companies have built for America the most and the best electric service in the world. While costs of everything else are way up (including the costs of making and delivering electricity) electric service is still the best bargain in the American family's budget... it docs so much, and yet it costs so little. . This is a good record for the thousands of people who work in power companies, and for the millions of people who invest savings in them. Don't you think tllcse mci'i and women deserve a fair break? Hie answer is yours to make, for government money is your money. ' Ark-Mo Power Co

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